Siris 18

Address: 18 Siris Road, Gurgaon, Haryana, 122002, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 18 Siris Road, Gurgaon.
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          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Minbar in room
          • Breakfast Available
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Smoking rooms available
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Free parking


          • Drycleaning onsite
          • Meeting rooms/conference facilities
          • Airport Transportation
          • Conference facilities
          • Banquet room
          • Concierge desk
          • Business Services
          • Meal plan

          TripAdvisor Reviews Siris 18 Gurgaon

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Gurgaon

          Capital of India

          A travel blog entry by jimhilbert on Oct 30, 2015


          ... and buy a ticket that will take you to your hotel 'fixed price'. This is very reasonable but the drivers would like a tip to add a little cream to the trip. Someone needs to tell them it is more about comfort and safety and less about speed and thrills in order to get the tip. Having said all that the trip in for over an hour cost 400 rupees. This in Australian dollars is about $9. Shoot!! for that money I would not even get into the drivers seat so I guess it is all relative.

          The Monkey's in the Cupboard

          A travel blog entry by james.arnold on Jun 23, 2015

          3 photos

          ... where drivers take you to the wrong hotel and say that your booked hotel is now full or closed, etc. We had a safe taxi company name in mind and barged our way through to their desk, agreed a price and hit the road. The shock to the system continued on the roads.... firstly, there seem to be no traffic laws whatsoever. Vans, cars, lorries, tuk tuks, horses, donkeys, bikes, pedestrians go wherever they want and without indicating. The only warning you get ...

          Exploring Delhi

          A travel blog entry by jhnewadventures on Apr 01, 2015

          ... it looking a bit like Pall mall because its surrounded by greenery and trees with a road in the middle we saw many young indian boys playing cricket was brilliant! We are so excited to join in with the locals on our tour!!

          We then drove north towards Parliament house which we couldn't get out but still got photos!!

          We drove onto Humayuns tomb which was beautiful, it known as the baby taj mahal and its so pretty, again we had to pay 250 rupee ...

          Delhi Shock and Awe

          A travel blog entry by mikeandsheila on Jan 22, 2015

          10 photos

          ... police, social rules and restraints - the same thing goes in every city of the world. In Asia there is lots of commonality between cities in different countries - the mad traffic, apparent lack of road rules, dodgy drains and electrical wires hanging like spaghetti from poles and the sides of buildings. Feral dogs, people doing apparently pointless jobs such as sweeping dusty roads in the wind or cutting huge expanses of lawn by hand with tiny bladed ...

          Wide Eyed Again

          A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Nov 09, 2014

          2 photos

          ... and who very quickly knew when to stop for photo ops and toilet stops. He also stocked up the ice box in the Tempo with Coke, and got masala chips, when he saw that we had a bottle of Old Monk - good man!

          The hotels (properties!) we stayed at were magnificent and their service beyond expectations. I was particularly taken by how truly empowered the staff were - and it wasn't a function of age or seniority. They went beyond any textbook norm or 'service ...